Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Stavanger, , Norway
It is funny I work on a number of Mv's and as a mechanic outside of the obvious motor differences they are built much closer to a 998 than a modern Ducati is. Most items are well thought out and make sense without extra parts just to have them.
It seems the further we get away from Massimo Tamburini's designs the more they become like everything else. I think it would be great for any bike designer to be forced to work on bikes for a year. We might see a return to his design philosophy.
I do agree with rz33v4 the problem with Mv is not the bikes it is the lack of support, there are not enough dealers in the system. Mv would like to add more for sure but if you are paying attention to their history they do not look to be a safe bet as a business.
Probably the most sensible thing written on the thread so far!
It's called a bloody oil GALLERY!